A Record of Friendships

A Record of Friendships

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This terrific new journal from Anne Geddes offers a fun way to record all the important details about friendships. Featuring the colourful imagery from Down in the Garden and Until Now, A Record of Friendships has space for you and up to seven friends to list all the things that make your friendships special. There's room for friends to reveal important titbits of information about themselves - from star signs and favourite sayings to the best place to shop and, of course, boyfriends. The 'What's Hot ...and What's Not' pages offer space to record what's cool and totally uncool - including actors and actresses, movies, TV shows, bands, songs and teachers. There's even a place for photos and plenty of room to be creative with pages designed to let you and your friends write, draw or paste whatever you want. An Anne Geddes journal wouldn't be complete without that 'special' touch - in this case, an envelope inserted in the back of the book so you can cleverly safeguard your 'secret' notes from friends. A Record of Friendships will provide hours of fun for girls and is a great way to ensure that memories of childhood friends are saved forever.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 64 pages
  • 185 x 235 x 10mm | 349.27g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • Kansas City, United States
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0740755986
  • 9780740755989

About Anne Geddes

Anne Geddes' uniquely beautiful images of babies and children have made her the bestselling photographer in the world. They adorn greeting cards, calendars, books, stationery and photo albums, and are currently published in more than 77 countries spanning five continents. Anne's books have sold more than 17 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 19 languages. Her website, annegeddes.com attracts over 500,000 unique visitors from 200 countries each month. She and her husband live in New Zealand with their two daughtersshow more